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Adult & Continuing Education In Hollywood

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Adult & Continuing Education


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Business Listing   Abramson Judith PhD - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 922-2331


Business Listing   Academy of Koei-Kan Karate DO - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 894-8244


Business Listing   Alpha Omega Reading & Speech Center - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 962-8148


Business Listing   Andy Horne's Martial Arts Academy - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 963-0404


Business Listing   Chungs Martial Arts Academy - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 965-0502


Business Listing   Computer Tutor Plus- Inc - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 986-1316


Business Listing   Growth Concepts Inc - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 430-3881


Business Listing   Internet Exchange - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 986-6501


Business Listing   Kevin Ross Speaks - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 924-4018


Business Listing   Kim Learning Center - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 964-6789


Business Listing   Net 2 Go - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (866) 963-8246


Business Listing   New Horizons of Hollywood FL - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 922-8686


Business Listing   Nitro Fitness - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 499-0058


Business Listing   Program Development Services - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 893-3912


Business Listing   Sales and Leadership Enhancement Skills Inc. - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 433-1658


Business Listing   Stbw - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 443-6351


Business Listing   Straight from the Heart - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 964-3790


Business Listing   Web Affiliates - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (813) 767-1200


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Helpful Definition for: Adult & Continuing Education

Adult education in Hollywood, as the name suggests, is the education which is imparted to the adults. Adult education can have different implications for different people. The most common form of adult education is designed for adults who, for some reason or the other, could not get a basic school certificate. Others may take the form of continuing education. Continuing education in Hollywood is for people who are employed and want to get a higher degree which can help their career grow. Continuing education can help a person increase their technical knowledge and skills.

Thus adult and continuing education are targeted for the adults, be it for getting the basic educational degree or be it for getting higher technical or educational degrees.Other than this, one can take up adult education for having a college degree in a non-traditional setting. There are many who join in these classes just to improve their knowledge.

Classes teaching foreign languages, grooming for professional development, preparing for competitive examinations are different examples of adult and continuing education. Thus, adult and continuing education is solely aimed for improving the learning standards of every individual depending on their needs and specifications.

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